The Good Sh*t That Happened in 2020 is a showcase of startups and small businesses that have thrived throughout 2020 and achieved success in the midst...

The good sh*t that 2020 delivered

Location:

Sydney Startup Hub, Level 1, 11-31 York Street
2000 NSW
Australia

Price:
Free event - registration required
The good sh*t that 2020 delivered
The good sh*t that 2020 delivered

Speakers

Sam Yates

Sam Yates

Sam holds a Bachelor of Management from the University of Central Lancashire and is the co-founder of technology recruitment business, Discovered People. An experienced co-founder with a demonstrated history of building businesses from the ground up, He is skilled in management, business development, NLP and technology recruitment

Ryan Halson

Ryan Halson

Ryan Halson is the co-founder of technology recruitment business, Discovered People. With a decade of successful experience in scaling technology start-ups, he consults with Australian tech companies looking to attract and hire the best talent available across the APAC region.

Leo Denes

Leo Denes

With over 15 years of experience in Recruitment, Management Consulting, Business Development, and Entrepreneurship, Leo is a serial entrepreneur. He is the founder of Australiance, an international BD & Talent Acquisition firm for tech companies and co-founder of Startup&Angels a network of startup founders, investors and corporate innovators.

Chris Brycki

Chris Brycki

Chris Brycki is a passionate consumer champion and the Founder and CEO of Stockspot, Australia’s first and largest online investment advisor. Chris has over 21 years of investment experience and sits on two ASIC Advisory Committees for ASIC. Chris started Stockspot to make investing accessible to all Australians.

Julie Demsey

Julie Demsey

Julie is a highly sought-after hypnotherapist, mindset coach and startup advisor as well as author of the book FOUND Swiping right on me to find love. She helps individuals unlock their minds to reach their full potential. Before moving to Australia, Julie worked in the Silicon Valley for 20 years.

Paulwyn Devasundaram

Paulwyn Devasundaram

Paulwyn is Tiliter's Product Lead, bringing the next generation of Tiliter's products to market. Previously, she was a General Manager and Senior Engineering Leader at Canva, working across Payment systems, Security & Compliance and Customer support. There she introduced AI and automation to help close the customer feedback loop.

Dr Mohammad Choucair

Mohammad Choucair

Dr Choucair is leading Archer to develop and commercialise disruptive deep tech including quantum computing. Mohammad served a 2-year mandate at the World Economic Forum on the Global Council for Advanced Materials and is internationally recognised for his forward-thinking breakthroughs in Nanotechnology.

Event Details

The Good Sh*t That Happened in 2020 is a showcase of startups and small businesses that have thrived throughout 2020 and achieved success in the midst of a global pandemic.

Hear from tech-based businesses across recruitment, finance, health and beyond. Each startup will share their 2020 journey, their innovations and challenges, and how they turned the COVID-clusterf*ck into a world of opportunities. Some have released new products, new services, and grown exponentially both locally and internationally.

Learn from entrepreneurs who have thrived in 2020 and find out how things are changing for them in a post-COVID world. What technologies will drive their companies forward, what is spurring our recovery and how will this impact the global economy? The second half of this event will feature a panel where executives of Australia’s most ground-breaking companies come together to talk about new initiatives, tech and innovations that we can expect to see in the next five years.

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